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By Michele Smith
the Times 

State Seeks Input on Future of State Parks

Plans in works for Lewis and Clark Trail, Lyons Ferry and Palouse Falls parks


November 15, 2018

DAYTON—During a presentation to members of the public last week, Washington State Parks Planner Laura Moxham gave an overview of plans being developed for three area state parks: Lyons Ferry, Palouse Falls and Lewis and Clark Trail.

Before inviting the public to share their ideas for the parks, Moxham discussed some of the pros and cons of each park.

She said that since being designated the state’s official waterfall in 2014, increasing numbers of people are visiting Palouse Falls State Park, up from 85,000 visitors in 2010, to around 190,000 in 2017. She cited inadequate parking, too f...

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